Tag Archive: self-assessment


Focused H & P Cases

Project Summary:

Faculty: Dr. Dianne Wagner & Brian Hill ↔ Type of Project: Website Design

 The purpose of the site is to provide medical students with examples of patient cases similar to what they will experience in their clerkships.  

The videos show from a student’s perspective, multiple parts involved in patient care beginning with an initial focused H&P, a case presentation to an attending physician, a follow-up visit with the patient, and written records for the patient encounters. There are separate cases for each clerkship.   

Each clerkship material contains  pre-video and post-video surveys to assess the utility and functionality of these cases as part of a student’s overall medical school experience.  

Technology and Software:

  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Adobe Fireworks
  • Adobe PDF
  • PluginLab
  • Quicktime Pro
  • StoreMedia
  • SurveyMonkey

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 Project Summary:

Faculty: Dr. Patricia Obando ↔ Type of Project: Website Design

 

The eLearning website with integrated modules was designed for the CHM OB/GYN clerkships to provide a learning platform that integrates various educational tools and technologies for improving communication of clinical knowledge, delivery and standardization of the clerkship curriculum across six campuses in a flexible environment.   

The eLearning modules supplement  basic student knowledge on three pathologies: Vaginitis, Amenorrhea and Third Trimester Bleeding. The modules offer interactive web-based video clips with simulating doctor-patient encounters, self-paced learning objectives, short video lectures with didactic information, audio summaries, relevant images and self-assessment sections.  

The modules enhance medical education through problem-based learning, effective use of multimedia and web-based resources.  

Technology and Software:

  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Adobe Flash
  • Adobe Fireworks
  • Camtasia Studio
  • Coursebuilder
  • JavaScript
  • Pluginlab
  • PowerPoint

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Project Summary:

Faculty: Dr. Karen Ogle ↔ Type of Project: Website Design

  The Pain Relief for Terminally Ill Patients website was created to help students build on knowledge they acquired in the first two years of medical school about the importance of pain relief and the basic principles underlying good pain management. These educational modules approach this knowledge in a more patient-focused way where students learn to assess and treat a patient in pain.         

It includes self-instructional modules with didactic information, images, interactive case studies, and practice questions with feedback for student self-assessment. Didactic materials are linked to online supplemental resources to enhance students understanding of the materials. Students can navigate modules linearly or jump to specific topics in the site.       

Technology and Software: 

  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Coursebuilder
  • JavaScript
  • CSS
  • Adobe Flash
  • Adobe Fireworks

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Project summary:

Faculty: Dr. Jane Turner ↔ Type of Project: Online Lecture

   This is an introductory lecture to the patient-physician relationship course. The online lecture is one of three components used to introduce the topic of confidentiality. The module integrates a brief tour of web resources that students will later use and reference in small group discussions.  

Another component of the lecture is a quiz with audio commentary feedback from the faculty.  The purpose of the quiz is to help stimulate thought and discussion when students meet in their small groups.    

Technology and Software:

  • Camtasia Studio
  • PowerPoint
  • Adobe Flash

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Neuropathology Navigator

 Project Summary:

Faculty: Dr. Kathy Lovell ↔ Type of Project: Website Design

This project covers the neuropathology content taught for second year medical students. It includes didactic information, images with interactive descriptions, case studies, and practice questions with feedback for 10 neuropathology topics. The website can be used online or downloaded.  Students can navigate linearly or easily just to specific topics or subtopics.  Various types of interactive exercises are included for practice.

The project is designed for students to proceed through the content at their own pace, with practice cases and questions available for students to test their mastery of the material. Images have interactive arrows and pathology descriptions so that students can check their understanding.  Feedback for questions reinforces major points to enhance learning.

Technology and Software:

  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Coursebuilder
  • JavaScript
  • CSS
  • Adobe Fireworks
  • Adobe Flash
  • PDF

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